With a body like a Lambo and an engine like a powerplant, the 2016 Trion Nemesis is off of the drawing board and being prepped for production. The first prototype of the vehicle from the American supercar producer, the Nemesis, is scheduled to be built in February 2015 with full-scale production set for January 2016. Each Nemesis will live up to its name, with a 9.0-liter V8 twin-turbo engine producing around 2,000-hp, which is enough to carry it to 62mph in just 2.8 seconds before topping out at 280mph. In other words, the Nemesis should be faster than the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse and the Koenigsegg One. The V8 is paired with an eight-speed manual transmission and four-wheel drive, which combined with the carbon fiber monocoque body and plenty of aerodynamics, should make for a nimble ride. Inside the cabin, a fully digital dashboard with internet connectivity, but the real fun comes from the "Predator Mode" that provides high-throttle responsiveness and increases the exhaust noise and rev limit. Initial production will focus on 50 models, each planned with a 786,000 EUR (620,000 GBP) price tag.